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WD pulley shaft seal

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03-15-2010 13:45:59

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Back on page 4 I posted a WD pulley speed Question and Joe M from Georgia posted a nice picture of the pulley assembly. Mine appears to be a little different than the one posted. The seal on the end of the shaft on my assembly has a bushing pressed into the housing, then the seal in pressed into that bushing. In the assembly that is pictured the outside diameter of the seal is the same diameter as the housing. Has my assembly been reworked or is there two different assemblys. Would anybody have a seal number for the smaller outside diameter seal? The seal I have has metal on both sides and the seal itself is made of leather or something similar. There are no numbers on my seal. Any suggestions? Thanks

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Jeff Z.

03-15-2010 14:04:36

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 Re: WD pulley shaft seal in reply to JOB, 03-15-2010 13:45:59  
The parts book shows a seal that is pressed into the housing {Tube Seal} then the bearing and then
another seal {Shaft Seal}.

Tube Seal # 70202289
Shaft Seal # 70208417

Someone may have used seals for WF/WC tractors
They were pretty much the same but different if you know what I mean.

Look around in the AGCO Parts Book
If you have problems using the book send me an email.
Sometimes it"s a pain to get it downloaded.

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03-17-2010 09:53:12

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 Re: WD pulley shaft seal in reply to Jeff Z., 03-15-2010 14:04:36  
I tried to look at the parts book from a work computer and did not have much luck. I am wondering if I have a pulley assembly from another Allis. Not only do I have a smaller outside diameter seal I also have roller bearings, not ball bearings on the pulley end of the shaft. Other than those two things the assembly is the same. The person I bought the tractor from may have had it for 40 years and the pulley came with it and he never put it on the tractor. Are these Pulley assemblys interchangeable between some models?

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